Fire Safety with Ready Freddie the Fire Teddy
Fire Safety with Ready Freddie the Fire Teddy is a Flash animation made by Liquid Generation. Unlike other Liquid Generation sabotages, this one may not intend to scare the viewer, but rather, it disguises itself as kid-friendly animation in order to trick families into playing the game due to its innocent-looking title. Nevertheless, it still contains a moment that can be considered a screamer. The screamer was taken down along with the entire Liquid Generation website.
The animation starts up with Freddie in the kitchen, saying he's going to teach the player how to prevent fires, he then walks over to a boiling pot and asks the player to turn it off. Then, Freddie moves onto an open drawer, with some matches and a lighter inside, and asks the player to close the drawer. Finally, Freddie walks over to an electrical socket with 5 plugs emitting sparks and asks the player to unplug them all; however.
When the player unplugs the one with a smiley bulb on it. Freddie gets electrocuted, violently screams, and the screen flashes, then it cuts back to a now charred Freddie, who, enraged, starts swearing at the film crew: The swearing is bleeped out. Freddie then goes off-screen to take his anger out on his film crew while the director tries to calm him down.
And we see the camera and a microphone being shoved to the ground. After this, the video cuts to a black and white image of Ready Freddie which reads "We are experiencing technical difficulties"; the Girl from Ipanema plays in the background. The then cuts to a static screen, followed by text appears saying: "You have been sabotaged" and the word "SABOTAGE" pops up. Then a ninja falls and says "click here for more sabotages" before a link to Liquidgeneration.com crushes him.
NOTE: The following animation contains a screamer with flashing lights!
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